Pounds & Inches

Pounds & Inches A NEW APPROACH TO OBESITY BY: A.T.W. SIMEONS, M.D. SALVATOR MUNDI INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL 00152 – ROME VIALE MURA GIANICOLENSI, 77 FOREWORD This book discusses a new interpretation of the nature of obesity, and while it does not advocate yet another fancy slimming diet it does describe a method of treatment which has […]

Pounds & Inches 1 – THE NATURE OF OBESITY

THE NATURE OF OBESITY Obesity a Disorder As a basis for our discussion we postulate that obesity in all its many forms is due to an abnormal functioning of some part of the body and that every ounce of abnormally accumulated fat is always the result of the same disorder of certain regulatory mechanisms. Persons […]

Pounds & Inches 2 – THREE BASIC CAUSES OF OBESITY

THREE BASIC CAUSES OF OBESITY: (1) The Inherited Factor Assuming that there is a limit to the diencephalon’s fat banking capacity, it follows that there are three basic ways in which obesity can become manifest. The first is that the fat-banking capacity is abnormally low from birth. Such a congenitally low diencephalic capacity would then […]

Pounds & Inches 3 – THE TREATMENT OF OBESITY

THE TREATMENT OF OBESITY If obesity is always due to one very specific diencephalic deficiency, it follows that the only way to cure it is to correct this deficiency. At first this seemed an utterly hopeless undertaking. The greatest obstacle was that one could hardly hope to correct an inherited trait localized deep inside the […]

Pounds & Inches 4 – TECHNIQUE

TECHNIQUE Warnings I must warn the lay reader that what follows is mainly for the treating physician and most certainly not a do-it-yourself primer. Many of the expressions used mean something entirely different to a qualified doctor than that which their common use implies, and only a physician can correctly interpret the symptoms which may […]

Pounds & Inches 5 – CONCLUSION

CONCLUSION The HCG + diet method can bring relief to every case of obesity, but the method is not simple. It is very time consuming and requires perfect cooperation between physician and patient. Each case must be handled individually, and the physician must have time to answer questions, allay fears and remove misunderstandings. He must […]